Paul McGrath highlights when defendants should consider obtaining an order and/or assessment of costs ‘The power to order a set-off was available against damages and costs and was “no different from and no more extensive than the set-off available to or against parties who are not legally aided”.’ Where the standard provisions of QOCS apply, …
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